The Club Black Tie 75th Anniversary Gala Dinner in Armagh City hotel in conjunction with our Grand Fundraising Draw
With the expectation that the Government will move the country to Level 3 of Covid-19 restrictions from next week, there is likely to be some tweaking of the GAA's match day restrictions.
Louth chairman Peter Fitzpatrick is 'delighted' to have recruited Mickey Harte as manager of the county's senior football team for the next three years.
On Saturday in Páirc Mhíc Sioghair, there was a wreath laid in honour of those murdered 100 years ago
Christmas Draw Tickets are selling fast, with only a few left to be sold.
Mickey Harte's return to inter-county manager after just a 10 day absence caught plenty of twitter users by surprise last night…
Louth have appointed Mickey Harte as their new senior football manager.
An exciting weekend of football and hurling championship lived up to its billing as some upsets along the way would set Twitter ablaze.
A weekend of commemoration along with historic upsets in the football championship drew some emotion from all concerned…
Next Saturday week's All-Ireland senior football championship semi-final between Dublin and Cavan should not be played at Croke Park, according to Tyrone great Peter Canavan.
Last weeks lotto numbers were 8, 13, 25 and 30.
The 100-year anniversary of Bloody Sunday was marked with a beautiful ceremony at Croke Park this evening.
The development of Camogie in Ulster was advertised in no uncertain terms, with the province set to provide all the contestants in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate and Premier Junior Camogie Championship Finals on December 5.
Enda McGinley has been ratified as Antrim's new senior football manager.
Here are our latest football rankings with four pieces of silverware still up for grabs.
This is one for the collectors...
To mark the 100th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday, GAA clubs all over Ireland are going to light up their grounds and fly flags at half mast on Saturday 21 November.
A young Meath fan has firmly and bravely nailed his colours to the mast of his Dublin city school.
Lucky 4 results for Monday 16th November were 4 6 23 26
Trevor Giles has described his former Meath teammate Graham Geraghty as "indestructible".
Dublin will wear a special jersey in honour of those who died on Bloody Sunday 1920 for the Leinster SFC final against Meath at Croke Park on Saturday evening.
The two All-Ireland intermediate semi-finals plus the Premier Junior games will be streamed live on the Camogie Association's Facebook page on Saturday.
The Club Black Tie 75th Anniversary Gala Dinner in Armagh City hotel in conjunction with our Grand Fundraising Draw for £20,000
The GAA Championship season may be in the final furlong, but there is still a huge amount of choice for the armchair viewer this weekend.
On Sunday, Tipperary will wear green and white to mark the centenary of Bloody Sunday when they take on Cork in the Munster SFC final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Mayo legend and current selector Ciaran McDonald will always be remembered as one of the most stylish gaelic footballers to ever play the game.
The All-Ireland senior hurling and football championship races are now down to six and seven teams, respectively, following another action-packed weekend. Here's what the GAA Twitter world had to say:
It was a weekend which saw provincial championship winners crowned as well as the end of an era for Tyrone football.
Former Tyrone midfielder Enda McGinley says he has been approached over the vacant Antrim football manager's position.
Former Tyrone star Sean Cavanagh paid tribute to Mickey Harte last night following his decision to step down as Red Hands manager after 18 years.
Last weeks lotto numbers were 2, 15, 16 and 18.
Mickey Harte will appear on the BBC's Championship programme today, less than 48 hours after stepping down as Tyrone football manager.
Peter Canavan has ruled himself out of the running to be the next Tyrone football manager.
Donegal will face Mayo in next Saturday's Nicky Rackard Cup final after both sides came through their respective semi-finals this afternoon.
Tributes have been flooding in on Twitter since three-time All-Ireland winning manager Mickey Harte confirmed last night that he would be standing down from his post with Tyrone…
Tyrone county board has issued a statement to thank Mickey Harte for his services to the GAA in the county over the past three decades.
Mickey Harte has expressed his gratitude after 30 years in management with Tyrone inter-county teams.